Some of you who receive my blog posts may be wondering why I have published no posts for nearly two months. I assure you, I am not dead, not yet, and I hope not for several more years.
I’m having too much fun to even contemplate the prospect of death. My absence from composing blog posts is mainly due to an annual distraction of late August-early September and to an important civic activity. The distraction is the U.S Open tennis tournament, now ended, but which I found particularly fascinating this year. The civic activity is having been selected for jury duty. That, too, is fascinating. I still am serving as a juror, and suspect that I won’t be able to work on a new post for at least one more week.
In the meantime, given that all my posts are based on my photographs, I offer the following three as evidence that I remain animate and quite healthy.
|Robert Seyffert painting Tyko Kihlstedt, March 2014|
|Andrea & Tyko Kihlstedt, Bronx Bricks, 305 East 140th Street, Bronx, NY|
|Tyko Kihlstedt at the Central Park Tennis Courts, Spring 2014|